It seems the Congress never learns the lessons. It’s again trying to prove in its own foolish ways to prove that Sonia and Rahul are indispensable for the Congress Party. What a Leadership bankruptcy!!!
http://www.rediff.com/news/report/ls-election-congress-is-convinced-it-has-no-future-without-gandhis/20140520.htm
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  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    They are probably not concerned at all about learning any lessons. It seems like all these people have either no confidence left to lead the party or they simply have got too used to be told what to do by someone whose surname is Gandhi! :blink: :blink:

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    How the congress evaluates and views the causes of debacle is for congressmen to see. Apparently, now most congressmen are inactive and they remain dull even during electiobeering. The congrssmen appear to be somewhat active only in Bengal, Kerala, North East, Maharashtra. But even there they are not so vibrant. Needless to say BJP has gained most where congress was the only or principal opposition except Uttar Pradesh. The non congress and non BJP parties performed well in Bengal, Kerala, Tamilnadu and North East. This time people also used NOTA button. So at many places NOTA voters were more than many candidates' voters. This also would have gone against Congress. In some states only BJP and Congress are prominent. So those disgusted with BJP voted NOTA and not Congress.

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  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    They are probably not concerned at all about learning any lessons. It seems like all these people have either no confidence left to lead the party or they simply have got too used to be told what to do by someone whose surname is Gandhi! :blink: :blink:


    They are in a daze. All these days they were under the false impression that they would be coronated whatever nonsense they do. Now after seeing everything became topsyturvy, they were stunned and resigned themselves to the fate. But the sycophants singing the same old song because these bunch of jokers are left with no option. Anyhow the entire episode was a well scripted drama .

  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    They are probably not concerned at all about learning any lessons. It seems like all these people have either no confidence left to lead the party or they simply have got too used to be told what to do by someone whose surname is Gandhi! :blink: :blink:


    They are in a daze. All these days they were under the false impression that they would be coronated whatever nonsense they do. Now after seeing everything became topsyturvy, they were stunned and resigned themselves to the fate. But the sycophants singing the same old song because these bunch of jokers are left with no option. Anyhow the entire episode was a well scripted drama .


    It was a drama no doubt, surely to garner what little sympathy they can get from people! :dry:

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    I feel that politicians at top level only are affected by public mood or trends. Most politicians easily change sides/ parties and the game goes on. The big congress leaders belonging to Gandhi family- Rahul, Sonia- and others Digvijay singh and the like only are affected. Others who are not so well known can always change parties. I visualize that sooner than you may expect, many congressmen and the local mafia will join BJP. For them, there is never change. They have only to change party. The criminal and mafia are always in proximity of the party in power. In short, wine remains the same. only bottle changes.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


    Thank you said by: rambabu

  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    I feel that politicians at top level only are affected by public mood or trends. Most politicians easily change sides/ parties and the game goes on. The big congress leaders belonging to Gandhi family- Rahul, Sonia- and others Digvijay singh and the like only are affected. Others who are not so well known can always change parties. I visualize that sooner than you may expect, many congressmen and the local mafia will join BJP. For them, there is never change. They have only to change party. The criminal and mafia are always in proximity of the party in power. In short, wine remains the same. only bottle changes.


    Well said.Wine cannot change its characteristics simply because there is a change in the bottle. Big heads become unemployed and the sundry will become migratory birds.

  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    It went on predictable lines and everything is back to square one , with some Congress spokesperson like Soorjewal going even to the extent of saying that it was the voters fault in ditching them , which is laughable ! But they wont give up their precious family no matter what ! Good for them, since now everybody is fed up of the fake Gandhis and the more the Congress party thrusts them on the public, the less popular they will become ..

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    It all speaks about the state of bankruptcy in the Congress party.CWC saying Sonia and Rahul are indispensable to congress exposes the pitiable condition prevailing in Congress. It's all a well scripted and directed by Sonia.

  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    It all speaks about the state of bankruptcy in the Congress party.CWC saying Sonia and Rahul are indispensable to congress exposes the pitiable condition prevailing in Congress. It's all a well scripted and directed by Sonia.


    Congress has been described sometimes as sinking ship. There is a tradition that the captain of ship drowns with the sinking ship whereeas others quit. Hence the Gandhis and other prominent leaders may get drowned with the ship and others will travel to other ships including BJP and allies. Ultimately, same wine will get transferred to the more popular branded bottle.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


    Thank you said by: rambabu

  • Re: The great Drama of Sonia, Rahul’s resignation.

    by » 6 years ago


    It all speaks about the state of bankruptcy in the Congress party.CWC saying Sonia and Rahul are indispensable to congress exposes the pitiable condition prevailing in Congress. It's all a well scripted and directed by Sonia.


    Congress has been described sometimes as sinking ship. There is a tradition that the captain of ship drowns with the sinking ship whereeas others quit. Hence the Gandhis and other prominent leaders may get drowned with the ship and others will travel to other ships including BJP and allies. Ultimately, same wine will get transferred to the more popular branded bottle.


    Well said with appropriate quotes. Yes. It's not only the ship, along with it the captain also sinks.

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